Daily Happenings 10-16-20
Avery Brown, 5, Wintersville.
Jeanne Barker, Steubenville.
Karen Lash, Pataskala.
Karen John, Wheeling.
Arrested: Timothy Taylor, 36, 1432 Belleview Blvd., Steubenville, domestic violence, Wednesday.
Arrested: Darious Robinson, Kendall Ave., Steubenville, warrant for failure to appear, Wednesday.
Arrested: Vance Lytle, 22, 1054 Adams St., Steubenville, failure to appear, Wednesday.
Cited: Thomas J.P. Smith, 22, 200 Franciscan Square 211, Steubenville, failure to yield; Terry L. Wedlake Jr., 34, 126 West Boulevard, Mingo Junction, following too closely. Wedlake was cited after a two-car accident at the intersection of Sunset and Wilshire.
Cited: Ja Wan M. Bishop, 29, 317 Henry Ave., Steubenville, and Terry Bortz, 51, 136 Woodward Ave., Mingo Junction, both driving while suspended and no headlights; Natasha M. Blake, 28, 116 Potter St., Mingo Junction, failure to stop for school bus; and Tina Konicki, 49, 307 Jefferson Blvd., Mingo Junction, failure to maintain assured clear distance.
Arrested: Ian Wellington, 48, 18038 Fife Coal Road, Wellsville, having weapons under disability, Saturday.
Jefferson County sheriff
Busted: A man seen running away from a property along township Road 166, Bloomingdale, was charged with trespassing, Saturday. Deputies said a woman had alerted neighbors that someone was on her porch and appeared to be injured, and when they went to investigate saw a man running. The man told them he was working on a car and it fell off the jack, crushing his ankle so he went looking for help. Deputies said they reviewed security footage while he was at Trinity West for treatment.
Silence is golden: A man described by deputies as being “highly intoxicated” ended up being arrested, Sunday. The man turned up at a family member’s house and began arguing with them, at one point spitting on and assaulting a sibling. The man had a very strong odor of alcohol on his breath, they said, and chose to continue yelling at his family rather than answer questions. Deputies said he was taken into custody after being warned several times to stop yelling and fighting.